The Sister In Law: Nice guy Robert Strong (a fine and charming performance by John Savage) returns home after traveling all around America. Robert is reunited with his fiercely competitive failed writer and compulsive gambler brother Edward (a solid turn by Will MacMillan). Robert gets involved with Edward's sassy estranged wife Joanna (winningly played with saucy spirit by the stunningly gorgeous Anne Saxon). The Stepmother: Returning home late one night from a business trip to Mexico, architect Frank Delgado finds the car of wealthy client Alan Richmond in his driveway. Suspecting that his wife Margo and Richmond are having an affair, Frank attacks Richmond when he steps outside…
Three vixens have meditated for 1,000 years to able to shed their animal natures and become human. For the final month of their rigors, they have moved near a village where women pray to a god of fertility. One sister visits the god's temple and thinks lustful thoughts. As she leaves, a priest confronts her, warning of dire consequences and of demons that will try to stop the vixens' transformation. Soon, the youngest sister saves a poor scholar from bandits and becomes enamored of him. Each sister visits him, and before long, the youth has made love to all three. After they invite him to stay with them, the playfulness takes a scary turn. Where can they turn for help?
She Helped Her Husband Destroy His Brother By The Most Immoral Act Imaginable. The sister in law is one of those little known movies from the 1970's that slipped below the radar.the big star in this film is John Savage. This is about two brothers,one good one rotten, Savage plays the good one. There's a love triangle,mafia dealings,and some drama.
A reissue of a rarity record; "Sister, Brother, Lover…." was the only album from Scottish band, Northwind, in 1971. In a Beatles type of story, Northwind started on the club scene before venturing to Germany, picking up some psychedelia and krautrock in Frankfurt. They recorded an album and went around supporting the big guns; Free, Hawkwind, Fleetwood Mac. However, without much support from the management and the label, they soon disbanded. This is an album of powerful rock which edges toward early prog and kraut whilst remaining it’s own, unique thing.